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An exchange between project sites: How care improves with teams and trust

In the current legislature, Germany has seen a battery of reform legislation addressing all aspects of long-term care: the nursing profession, their role in care, their education, their working conditions, ADL (Activities of Daily Living) and other categories that determine a person’s eligibility for LTC (Long-term Care) services, as well as better tailored care for... Read more

SUSTAIN launches its first newsletter

Through the newsletter we will provide our subscribers with insights about SUSTAIN’s progresses and key deliverables, dissemination activities and products, meetings, and our participation through our partners in international conferences and events on Integrated Care. Please click here to read the first release of our Newsletter, featuring a welcome message by SUSTAIN’s project lead, news from... Read more

SUSTAIN meets in Tallinn!

SUSTAIN’s Estonian partner Praxis organised the third project meeting in the beautiful city of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The partners had the opportunity to network and to extensively discuss the state of play of the project, which is entering in its second main phase, primarily centred around the ‘implementation’ of the sites’ initiatives. Indeed... Read more

A Fruitful Meeting in Sunny Barcelona

During the three days, the partners had the chance to fruitfully discuss the current state of play for the project, exchanging ideas and defining guidelines on how to proceed with the different Work Packages actions. The first day of the Consortium kicked off with an introduction by RIVM about the early achievements of the SUSTAIN... Read more

SUSTAIN ‘Kicks Off’ with a Bang

The day started with two welcoming speeches. The first speech was by Ernst van Koesveld, director at the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport. He talked about current transitions in the long-term care system in the Netherlands and in other countries, and as such acknowledged the relevance of the SUSTAIN Project. The second welcoming... Read more